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 +== Publications from the Lab ==
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 +B. Brinton, L. Robinson, M. Fujiki, A. Acerson, M. Hansen, M. Colton, M. A. Goodrich, A. Atherton, and D. Ricks. Ehancing Social Engagement in Children with ASD: Using a Robot. Poster at the Annual American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (AHSA). November 17-19, 2011, San Diego, California, USA. 
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 +J. A. Atherton and M. A. Goodrich. Supporting Clinicians in Robot-Assisted Therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorder: Creating and Editing Robot Animations with Full-Body Motion Tracking. In Human-Robot Interaction:​ Perspectives and Contributions to Robotics From the Human Sciences Workshop at Robotics Science And Systems. June 2011.
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 +J. A. Atherton and M. A. Goodrich. Visual Robot Choreography for Clinicians. Proceedings of the Conference on Collaborative Technologies and Systems (CTS), Philadelphia,​ PA, May 2011.
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 +M. A. Goodrich, M. Colton, B. Brinton, and M. Fujiki. A Case for Low-Dose Robotics in Autism Therapy. In Proceedings of the ACM/IEEE RAS International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction . 2011.  Poster.
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 +J. A. Atherton and M. A. Goodrich. Perception by Proxy: Humans Helping Robots to See in a Manipulation Task. In Proceedings of the ACM/IEEE RAS International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction. 2011.  Poster.
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 +M. A. Goodrich and P.B. Sujit and B. Pendleton and J. Pinto and J. W. Crandall. Toward Human Interaction with Bio-Inspired Teams. In Proceedings of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems. 2011. Poster.
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 +A. K. Acerson. ''​The effects of the use of a humanoid robot on social engagement in two children with autism spectrum disorders.'' ​ M.S. Thesis, Brigham Young University, 2011.  ​
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 +D. J. Ricks, M. B. Colton, and M. A. Goodrich. ​ [http://​tilar.groups.et.byu.net/​10_icabb_ricks.pdf Design and Evaluation of a Clinical Upper-Body Humanoid Robot for Autism Therapy.] ​ ''​2010 International Conference on Applied Bionics and Biomechanics,''​ Venice, Italy, October 14-16, 2010.
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 +N. Giullian, D. Ricks, A. Atherton, M. Colton, M. Goodrich, and B. Brinton. ​ [http://​tilar.groups.et.byu.net/​10_ieee-smc_giullian.pdf Detailed Requirements for Robots in Autism Therapy.] ​ ''​2010 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics,''​ Istanbul, Turkey, October 10-13, 2010.
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 +D. Ricks and M. Colton. ​ [http://​tilar.groups.et.byu.net/​10_ieee-icra_ricks.pdf Trends and Considerations in Robot-Assisted Autism Therapy.] ​ ''​2010 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation,''​ Anchorage, Alaska, May 3-8, 2010.
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 +D. Ricks. ​ ''​[http://​contentdm.lib.byu.edu/​ETD/​image/​etd3411.pdf Design and Evaluation of a Humanoid Robot for Autism Therapy.]'' ​ M.S. Thesis, Brigham Young University, 2010.
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 +M. B. Colton, D. J. Ricks, M. A. Goodrich, B. Dariush, K. Fujimura, and M. Fujiki. [http://​tilar.groups.et.byu.net/​09_aisb-hri_colton.pdf Toward Therapist-in-the-Loop Assistive Robotics for Children with Autism and Specific Language Impairment.] ''​2009 AISB Syposium on New Frontiers in Human-Robot Interaction,''​ Edinburgh, Scotland, April 8-9, 2009. Edinburgh, Scotland.
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 +== Tutorials and Overviews ==
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 +[http://​www.newyorker.com/​reporting/​2009/​11/​02/​091102fa_fact_groopman An article about Maja Mataric'​s work] on assistive robotics in the New Yorker magazine. ​ The matching of introverted robots with introverted humans and similarly for extraverts is very interesting. ​ Also, the story of Kevin controlling the robot with Wizard of Oz support is interesting. ​ Turkle'​s thoughts on ethical considerations seem important.
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 +[http://​www.nsf.gov/​discoveries/​disc_summ.jsp?​cntn_id=118034&​WT.mc_id=USNSF_1 Babies learn from robots] while robots learn from babies. ​ From NSF Discoveries.
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 +What do robot babies look like and what can they do.  [http://​spectrum.ieee.org/​robotics/​humanoids/​the-robot-baby-reality-matrix An article from IEEE Spectrum Magazine] with several pictures.
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 +A lecture from Dr. Tina Dyches, Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology and Special Education, where she [http://​vimeo.com/​7067975 talks with doctoral students about autism].
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 +Notes from the tutorial on [http://​www.et.byu.edu/​groups/​tilar/​tutorial_robots_children_ICRA10.docx robots for children with special needs] held at ICRA 2010.
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 +A nice [http://​faculty.cs.byu.edu/​~mike/​mikeg/​papers/​TiLAR/​Kozima-autism-survey-HMI-talk.ppt ​ tutorial from Marge Skubic] on different work in robot-assisted autism therapy.
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 +What are some of the [http://​www.et.byu.edu/​groups/​tilar/​clinical_considerations.doc clinical considerations in robot-assisted therapies] for children with autism, by Bonnie Brinton, Martin Fujiki, and Lee Robinson (1/15/09).
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 +What are [http://​faculty.cs.byu.edu/​~mike/​mikeg/​Presentations/​RobotsInTherapies.ppt trends in robot-assisted therapies] for children with autism, by Mike Goodrich.
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 +What are some [http://​www.et.byu.edu/​groups/​tilar/​presentation.ppt factors in design] of robot faces, by Dan Ricks.
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 +What do [http://​tanglefoot.cs.byu.edu/​~mike/​AssistiveRobotics/​Robot%20Faces.pdf robots look like], by Dan Ricks.
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 +What is [http://​www.hriweb.org/​node/​59 human-robot interaction]?​
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 +[[Who else is working]] on assistive robotics?
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 +[http://​robotic.media.mit.edu/​projects/​robots/​huggable/​interfaces/​page167.html Robot control with a wearable interface] -- See the third video featuring the Huggable project from MIT Media Lab.
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 +[http://​www.starautismprogram.com/ ​ STAR Program], a Comprehensible Behavioral program based on ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) for children with autism which provides a curriculum having three instruction strategies Discrete Trial Training,​Pivotal Response Training and Teaching Functional Routines
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 +LRBI ? The [http://​www.usu.edu/​teachall/​text/​behavior/​LRBI.htm ​ Least Restrictive Behavioral Interventions] for students. It is to make behavior support and interventions more positive in school and to insure the students aren't mistreated.
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 +[http://​tanglefoot.cs.byu.edu/​~vmanohar/​lrbiresource_02.pdf FUBA/BIP (Functional Behavioral Assessment/ Behavior Intervention Plan) ], used by school teachers for students with disabilities to identify ​ what the function of a behavior is to teach and then a plan to change the appropriate behavior.
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 +Examples for [http://​tanglefoot.cs.byu.edu/​~vmanohar/​DiscreetTrial.doc ​ Discreet Trial Lesson Plan] & [http://​tanglefoot.cs.byu.edu/​~vmanohar/​DirectInstruction.doc ​ Direct Instruction Lesson Plan] used in schools for students with disabilities
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 +== References ==
 +[http://​faculty.cs.byu.edu/​~mike/​mikeg/​papers/​Wainer2010Humanoids-Annotated.pdf A study from Kerstin Dautenhahn'​s group on using humanoid robots] to establish better collaboration between an adult and a child with autism. ​ This study uses an ABAB design. ​ The attached copy is Mike's annotated version. ​ Mikle notes the following:
 +* good descriptions of procedures for video coding and some design details that might be useful to emulate
 +* I much prefer having at least 2 video coders to code everything
 +* Biggest weakness substantially limits interpretation,​ that is they need to consider AA and BB designs (better AAA and BBB) as well - I think just getting used to the human might make a big difference, even with no robot in the mix!
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 +There is a very [http://​faculty.cs.byu.edu/​~mike/​mikeg/​papers/​RoboJockey.pdf clever user interface design] be demonstrated at UIST 2010.  They use a simple fin that rotates about a disk as a timing device, and then link events on the periphery of the disk.  When the timing fin hits the event, the robot performs the event. ​ This is a nice tool for sequencing behaviors, and one that we might try to use when we try to sequence robot behaviors.  ​
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 +An [http://​faculty.cs.byu.edu/​~mike/​mikeg/​papers/​Feil-Seifer-DevelopmentOfSociallyAssistiveAutism.pdf annotated copy of a paper by David Feil-Seifer] that discusses free form interaction between children with autism and a semi-autonomous bubble-blowing robot. ​ This paper builds from their earlier work that was more of a position-paper (annotated),​ but which also included a [http://​faculty.cs.byu.edu/​~mike/​mikeg/​papers/​TiLAR/​Mataric-Workshop588-annotated.pdf clear statement of their research approach]. ​ There are some great ideas in this paper, especially relating to using the robot as a tool for engaging a child and relating to setting up a smart room to better understand proxemics. ​ The annotations largely point to issues that call for having a therapist in the loop.  ''​David J. Feil-Seifer,​ Matthew P. Black, Elisa Flores, Aaron B. St. Clair, Emily K. Mower, Chi-Chun Lee, Maja J. Matarić, Shrikanth Narayanan, Clara Lajonchere, Peter Mundy, and Marian Williams, "​Development of Socially Assistive Robots For Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders,"​ USC Interaction Lab Technical Report CRES-09-001,​ Los Angeles, CA, Oct 2009.''​
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 +Are there any longitudinal studies for using robots to help children with autism? ​ See the [http://​www.benjamins.com/​cgi-bin/​t_bookview.cgi?​bookid=IS%2010%3A3 paper here by Francois et a.] for an example.
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 +What kind of social interactions are triggered by using robots to assist children with autism? ​ [http://​portal.acm.org/​citation.cfm?​id=1104626 Robins et al. address this.] ​ In a related paper, Robins et al. provide some specific examples of how a [http://​faculty.cs.byu.edu/​~mike/​mikeg/​papers/​RobotMediatedJointAttention.pdf robot can mediate attention] between a child and a therapist. ​ The copy of the paper posted here has been annotated by Mike G.  In another [http://​faculty.cs.byu.edu/​~mike/​mikeg/​papers/​UAIS_Journal.pdf related paper from Dautenhahn'​s group], the authors present a bit more data that extends over time, and emphasize the importance of longitudinal studies (albeit longitudinal studies with only qualitative observations). ​ A related paper by [http://​faculty.cs.byu.edu/​~mike/​mikeg/​papers/​kozima_social_robots_keepon_infanoid_annotated.pdf Kozima et al.] tends to follow a similar model as the work by Robins: design, explore, derive usage rules, and derive design requirements. ​ The link above points to an annotated version of this paper. ​ This work may be especially interesting because it uses both the Infanoid robot and Keepon.
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 +What is Honda doing in the field of real-time robot imitation? ​ [http://​www.et.byu.edu/​groups/​tilar/​honda1.pdf Paper #1]  [http://​www.et.byu.edu/​groups/​tilar/​honda2.pdf Paper #2]
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 +Does [[the robot'​s appearance matter]] to children with autism?
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 +What is the [http://​homepages.feis.herts.ac.uk/​~comqkd/​RO-MAN06-Ben.pdf role of the therapist] in robot-assisted interactions? ​  Ben Robins, Kerstin Dautenhahn (2006),
 +The role of the experimenter in HRI research - A case study evaluation of children with autism interacting with a robotic toy. Proc IEEE Ro-man 2006, 15th IEEE International Workshop on Robot and Human Interactive Communication,​ Hatfield, UK.  Mike [http://​faculty.cs.byu.edu/​~mike/​mikeg/​papers/​RO-MAN06-Ben.pdf annotated a version of this paper], highlighting things that form the basis for the TiLAR approach to robot-assisted therapy.
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 +[http://​www.et.byu.edu/​groups/​tilar/​pioggia.pdf Autism Therapy Using a Realistic Robotic Head ]
 +G. Pioggia, R. Igliozzi, M. Ferro, A. Ahluwalia, F. Muratori, and D. De Rossi, " An android for enhancing social skills and emotion recognition in people with autism,"​ IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering,​ vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 507-15, Dec. 2005.
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 +[http://​www.et.byu.edu/​groups/​tilar/​kozima.pdf Autism Therapy Using Keepon, the Snowman-like Robot]
 +H. Kozima, C. Nakagawa, and Y. Yasuda, “Interactive robots for communication-care:​ a case-study in autism therapy,” 2005 IEEE International Workshop on Robotics and Human Interactive Communication.
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 +[http://​www.et.byu.edu/​groups/​tilar/​robins.pdf A Study on Robot Appearance in Autism Therapy]
 +B. Robins, K. Dautenhahn, and J. Dubowski, “Does appearance matter in the interaction of children with autism with a humanoid robot?” Interaction Studies, vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 479-512, 2006.
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 +[http://​www.et.byu.edu/​groups/​tilar/​disalvo.pdf Design Considerations for Building a Robot Head]
 +C. F. DiSalvo, F. Gemperle, J. Forlizzi, and S. Kiesler, “All robots are not created equal: the design and perception of humanoid robot heads,” Proceedings of the Conference on Designing Interactive Systems: Processes, Practices, Methods, and Techniques, pp. 321 326, June 2002.
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 +[http://​www.et.byu.edu/​groups/​tilar/​lee.PDF Design of a Mascot Style Robot]
 +H. Lee, J. Park, and M. Chung, “A linear affect-expression space model and control points for mascot-type facial robots,” in IEEE Transactions on Robotics, vol. 23, no. 5, pp. 863 73, Oct. 2007
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 +[http://​viterbi.usc.edu/​news/​news/​2009/​can-robots-help.htm NBC report]
 +"... a video segment on the topic of robots and autism from NBC's Today show on the USC website"​ - Behzad
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 +== New Articles to Consider ==
 +J.C.C. Gillesen, E.I. Barakova, B.E.B.M. Huskens, L.M.G. Feijs, [http://​www.idemployee.id.tue.nl/​e.i.barakova/​Papers/​From%20training%20to%20robot%20behavior.pdf From training to robot behavior: Towards custom scenarios for robotics in training programs for ASD], 2011 IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics , pp. 387 - 393, Rehab Week Zurich, ETH Zurich Science City, Switzerland,​ June 29 - July 1, 2011
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 +For all my TiLAR colleagues'​ enjoyment: hilarious + social skills + engineering = amazing ​ [http://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=6mUFXFe765I&​feature=related] and [http://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=mjfeVYTiZzU] ​  
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 +[http://​www.et.byu.edu/​groups/​tilar/​AISB/​Robotic_Toy.pdf A robotic toy for children with special needs]
 +Marti, Moderini, Giusti, and Pollini, “A robotic toy for children with special needs: From requirements to design,” 2009 IEEE 11th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, Kyoto, Japan, June 23-26, 2009.
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 +[http://​www.et.byu.edu/​groups/​tilar/​AISB/​User_Panels.pdf Eliciting Requirements from User Panels]
 +Robins, Otero, Ferrari, Dautenhahn, "​Eliciting Requirements for a Robotic Toy for Children with Autism - Results from User Panels,"​ 16th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication,​ Jeju, Korea, Japan, Aug. 26-29, 2007.  Mike G. annotated a copy of this paper which is available [http://​faculty.cs.byu.edu/​~mike/​mikeg/​papers/​Robotic_Toy.pdf here]
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 +[http://​www.et.byu.edu/​groups/​tilar/​AISB/​Profiling_Play.pdf Profiling Robot-Mediated Play]
 +Besio et al - Profiling Robot-Mediated Play for Children with Disabilities through ICF-CY (International Classification of Functioning and Disability) as an useful resource in the design development and outcomes evaluation of robotic toys
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 +[http://​www.et.byu.edu/​groups/​tilar/​AISB/​Guidelines.pdf Guidelines for using robots]
 +Caprino and Laudanna “Guidelines for using robots in education and play therapy sessions for children with disabilities,​” Deliverable 5.3 (see http://​www.iromec.org/​8.0.html)
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 +[http://​www.et.byu.edu/​groups/​tilar/​AISB/​Objectives.pdf Therapeutic and Educational Objectives]
 +Ferrari, Robins, and Dautenhahn, “Therapeutic and educational objectives in Robot Assisted Play for children with autism,” 18th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication,​ Toyama, Japan, Sept. 27-Oct. 2, 2009.  Mike didn't really like this paper because it was difficult to decipher what the contribution really was without knowing more about the specific play scenarios, but here is an [http://​faculty.cs.byu.edu/​~mike/​mikeg/​papers/​ObjectivesDautenhahn.pdf annotated copy anyway].
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 +[http://​www.et.byu.edu/​groups/​tilar/​AISB/​Robots_play.pdf How to use robots for play]
 +Besio, S., Caprino, F., Laudanna, E. (2009). “How to use robots for play in therapy and educational context? The IROMEC methodological proposal.” VIII International Conference on Interaction Design and Children IDC2009, Como, Italy, June 3-5. (this was a workshop)
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 +== Autism Therapies in the News ==
 +[http://​www.wikitherapist.nl/​ Work at the Eindhoven University of Technology] on using robots for therapies for children with ASD.
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 +[[Using the Nao in autism therapy]]
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 +[http://​news.cnet.com/​8301-17938_105-20014712-1.html Kaspar in the London Science Museum], August 2010.
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 +[http://​www.ksl.com/?​nid=148&​sid=11171447 Dogs helping children with autism]
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 +Using [http://​news.cnet.com/​8301-27083_3-10377948-247.html?​part=rss&​subj=news&​tag=2547-1_3-0-20 a facial expression recognizer] to help children with autism.
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 +An [http://​www.mb.com.ph/​articles/​260740/​robots-now-therapists-playmates-autistic-children ​ article on the USC work]. ​ Check out phrases like "​automated therapist"​.
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 +Face Reader [http://​www.pbs.org/​kcet/​wiredscience/​video/​100-face_reader.html video].
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 +Video on [http://​www.pbs.org/​kcet/​wiredscience/​video/​99-keepon+and+asperger%27s+syndrome.html Keepon and Asperger'​s Syndrome].
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 +[http://​viterbi.usc.edu/​news/​news/​2009/​can-robots-help.htm Can Robots Help Autism?] -- An NBC video featuring Maja Mataric'​ from USC.
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 +== Miscellaneous ''​How-To''​ Documents ==
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 +What is the state of the art in [http://​technology.newscientist.com/​article/​dn15055-mummy-that-robot-is-making-faces-at-me.html robots imitating facial expressions]?​
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 +Hints on [http://​faculty.cs.byu.edu/​~mike/​mikeg/​research/​NIHHandout.pdf writing NIH proposals] (8/​25/​09). ​ Thanks to Scott Thompson in ME.
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 +What are the [http://​ieeexplore.ieee.org/​xpls/​abs_all.jsp?​arnumber=4292693 Noise Characteristics of 3D Time-of-Flight Cameras] (6/4/09).
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